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  1. Thursday's college basketball roundup: Marrow's all-around...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Hampton Roads Daily Press

    ... game at about 10 p.m. Friday in Orleans Arena. The Pirates will meet the winner of Thursday night's game between UC Irvine and Rider. William & Mary lost in double overtime to Columbia during the first round NCAA playoffs held in Williamsburg on ...


  2. Open Game Thread: K-State vs. Arizona StateRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Bring On The Cats

    State's men's basketball team will get its first taste of Power-5 competition tonight, as it tips off against the Arizona State Sun Devils, out of the Pac-12 conference. K-State is off to a 4-0 start, hanging its hat on defense, where the Wildcats rank first nationally in field goal percentage defense , third in scoring defense , and sixth in steals Arizona State, meanwhile, averages 95 points per game on 53.8 percent shooting, including over 40 percent from three-point range.


  3. Self-driving cars programmed to decide who dies in a crashRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | KSDK-TV Saint Louis

    A Waymo minivan outfitted with self-driving sensors brakes suddenly for a black car that has backed out of a driveway without looking. The test was conducted at Waymo's testing facility in central California.


  4. Essential Arts & Culture: Special Thanksgiving edition, starring...Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times

    ... Times art critic Christopher Knight recently brought news of the planned Museum and Institute of California Art at UC Irvine , which will be established with the collection of the late O.C. developer Gerald E. Buck . Now Knight offers some advice to ...


  5. Cardinal corner: NCAA soccer on tap this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Palo Alto Weekly

    ... remains unbeaten in NCAA tournament play in over 1,100 day, last losing in the second round on Nov. 23, 2014 to UC Irvine in overtime, 1-0. The Cardinal won the 2016 title without allowing a goal throughout the entire tournament, becoming just the ...


  6. Trump Administration to Tap Political Science Professor for Census PostRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Wall Street Journal

    The Trump administration plans to pick Thomas Brunell, a Texas political science professor, as the new deputy director of the U.S. Census Bureau, to help manage the day-to-day operations of the agency, according to two people familiar with the matter.


  7. Team USA Women's Water Polo Team Returns to Pool with December ExhibitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Swimming World & Jr. Swimmer

    ... Tickets for three of the four matches are on-sale and can be purchased by clicking here . Tickets for the match at UC Irvine will go on sale shortly. Full team rosters and live streaming information will be announced closer to the beginning of ...


  8. Women's Volleyball Honors Seniors, Caps of Regular Season With Victory Over UCSBRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | New University

    UC Irvine women's volleyball closed out their 2017 regular season campaign on the right note, taking down UC Santa Barbara in four sets, 3-1 . overall win and finishes third in conference play, which is the program's highest since 2009 when the team finished 22-8 and had tied for second.


  9. Transform-X Acquires Lextrum, Inc. and enables 5G Full-Duplex wirelessRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | GlobeNewswire

    ... area of noise cancellation techniques, performed and validated by several professors and engineering scientists at UC Irvine, Irvine California.


  10. Women's Volleyball Will Close Season at UCIRead the original story

    Tuesday | The Daily Nexus

    The final match of the UCSB women's volleyball team's season is now upon us, as the Gauchos search for a .500 finish within Big West play. The team is currently ranked fifth in the Big West standings as it'll be visiting UC Irvine for its final match of a three-game road trip.


  11. UCSB Faces 3-Match Road Trip to Close Out the SeasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 19 | The Daily Nexus

    ... play. That's good enough for fifth place in the Big West, a half game back of UC Davis with one match against UC Irvine left to try and close that small gap. Prior to this past weekend, UCSB had hoped to maybe catch the Anteaters for third place, ...


  12. This Will End WellRead the original story

    Wednesday | Outside the Beltway

    Hughes promised the flat-Earth community that he would expose the conspiracy with his steam-powered rocket, which will launch from a heavily modified mobile home - though he acknowledged that he still had much to learn about rocket science. About Steven L. Taylor Steven L. Taylor is Professor of Political Science and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Troy University.


  13. Report: Trump considering political pick for key Census jobRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | CBS News

    The Trump administration is considering hiring a Texas professor with zero government experience and a background in promoting GOP gerrymandering efforts as deputy director of the Census Bureau, according to Politico . The potential selection of Thomas Brunell for the job would break with longstanding precedent of choosing a nonpolitical figure for the job, the report noted.


  14. UCSB Volleyball Drops Season Finale Against UC IrvineRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Noozhawk

    The UC Santa Barbara women's volleyball team closed out the 2017 season on Tuesday night, falling in four sets to UC Irvine despite a well-balanced attack. Set scores were 25-18, 23-25, 25-21, 25-18.


  15. Study finds infection and schizophrenia symptom linkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | PhysOrg Weblog

    Functional magnetic resonance imaging and other brain imaging technologies allow for the study of differences in brain activity in people diagnosed with schizophrenia. The image shows two levels of the brain, with areas that were more active in healthy controls than in schizophrenia patients shown in orange, during an fMRI study of working memory.


  16. Emerging Microtechnologies and Automated Systems for Rapid Bacterial...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Newswise

    An SLAS Technology review article by Yiyan Li, Xing Yang and Weian Zhao of University of California, Irvine highlights and synthesizes representative emerging micro- and nanotechnologies, as well as automated systems for bacterial identification and antibiotic susceptibility testing , including both phenotypic and molecular methods and those at the point-of-care setting. Also discussed are major remaining challenges and potential future endeavors toward improving clinical outcomes with rapid bacterial ID/AST technologies.


  17. CSUF women's soccer bows out of NCAA tournament, looks to go farther next yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Orange County Register

    A penalty kick loss in 2015 to USC in the NCAA Tournament First Round. Another penalty kick loss in 2016 to UC Irvine in the Big West Conference Semifinal.


  18. Scientists find why CP El Nino is harder to predict than EP El NinoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | EurekAlert!

    El Nino-Southern Oscillation , which is one of the most striking interannual variabilities in the tropical Pacific, has been extensively studied for several decades. Understanding the changes in its characteristics is still an important issue in environmental and socioeconomic spheres worldwide.


  19. Researchers uncover how rogue immune cells gain access to neurons in multiple sclerosisRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Medical News

    Drug designers working on therapeutics against multiple sclerosis should focus on blocking two distinct ways rogue immune cells attack healthy neurons, according to a new study in the journal Cell Reports . In multiple sclerosis, immune cells degrade the insulation that protects neurons and allows them to signal to one another, but little is known about how immune cells penetrate the blood-brain barrier to get to neurons.


  20. Researchers focus on use of protective shielding against stray radiation during CT scansRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Medical News

    Radiation exposure during diagnostic imaging such as computed tomography contributes to a small, but potentially preventable percentage of cancers, yet a new study reports that 40% of hospitals surveyed do not routinely utilize CT shielding. Overall, 99% of the hospitals were aware that shielding can safeguard patients and 84% believed it to be beneficial, so why isn't it being used more routinely -- a topic explored in the study published in Journal of Endourology , a peer-reviewed journal from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers.